Our Services

Our services are customised to your unique needs.

We pay careful attention to co-design with you for the impact you want, as well as the outcomes you need.

The services offered are proactive and strategic.

Our team brings depth of experience, diverse networks and a sense of fun to any project. We will reflect with you, coach you and your team, and connect you to research and resources.

We are facilitating futures for results together.

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Decisions for Good Monday June 18th from 1.30pm - 4.30pm in Adelaide. More details and bookings here.

Navigating your way to a decision requires knowledge, skills and processes.

What helps make a decision stick. and how to set follow through actions and embed accountability into your committee work, team work and with your not for profit board. A range of models of governance will be covered (eg associations co-operatives and companies).

Bring your current challenge to the session for frank and fearless conversation.

We will cover a range of decision-making techniques and procedures you can put into place immediately.

Your facilitator is Moira Deslandes. She has over 30 years experience and more than two decades in leadership as a CEO of not for profits locally and internationally. She is a board Director on a commercial board and on two not-for-profit boards currently, having served on more than ten boards in the past 30 years. She will generously share her knowledge and expertise. Moira is the founder of Chooks SA and a co-founder of Collab4Good.

This session is especially for new and emerging leaders and decision-makers in social enterprises and/or the not-for profit sector.

Chatham House rules will apply for this session.
Only 12 registration please book early to avoid disappointment.

Monday 18 June 1:30pm – 4:30pm at Collab4Good – former Royal Adelaide Hospital, North Terrace, Adelaide 5000.rawpixel-com-250087-unsplash

Building a Movement 101 Friday August 3rd 9am to 12 noon

How do you mobilise people to action and build community? From national actions that brought radical constitutional change, to international movements that shifted cultures and local movements that changed our everyday lives – what does it actually take?

In a few hours we will look at lessons from around the world, examine what we can apply to your own change-making and identify tools and techniques to take your efforts to the next level.

We will look at classic input from Clay Shirky (Here comes the crowd) and Marshall Ganz (Why David sometimes wins) and more recent thinking from Adam Kahane (Collaborating with the Enemy).

Moira Deslandes is an experienced campaigner in community and political contexts. Over recent years she has supported movement building for social good, refugee justice, early childhood, carers and engagement of older citizens. She is the go-to person for many in the community and not-for-profit sector on limited budgets. She is the Founder of Chooks SA a movement striving to increase equity in investment for female founders in start ups and social enterprises.